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N N Vohra

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ISBN 10: 8175411066 ISBN 13: 9788175411067

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About this Item: Shipra. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Preface/N.N. Vohra. 2. Introduction/Karan Singh. 3. India and Asia: parallels and transmissions/D.P. Chattopadhyaya. 4. In search of an Asian commonality/Philip Yuen-sang Leung. 5. Feudalism in China and India: a comparative study/Ma Keyao. 6. New evidence on Wang Xuance's Missions to India/Bangwei Wang. 7. China's tradition of research on India/Geng Yinzeng.8. India and China: the beyond and the within/Lokesh Chandra. 9. Re- discovering cultural heritage through studies on local religion/Tam Wai Lun. 10. Legacies of liberation in India and China/Manoranjan Mohanty. 11. Revisiting civilisational dialogue between India and China/Tan Chung. 12. Cultural globalisation and localisation in Taiwan/Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao.13. The worlds of Japanese culture/Brij Tankha. 14. India in Japanese literature/Satya Bhushan Verma. 15. The Ramayana in Japan/Satya Bhushan Verma. 16. Growing Indo-Mongolian relations in recent years/D. Dashpurev. 17. Literary exchanges between Mongolia and India/Yu. Munkh-Amgalan. 18. The heritage of folk painting in India and Korea/Man-Young Hwang. 19. Tagore's Quatrain on Korea: context and beyond/R.R. Krishnan. 20. Select oral presentations/Kapila Vatsyayan, Lokesh Chandra, Nobuaki Ito, G.P. Deshpande, Akash K. Ouchi. "The mutually beneficial impact flowing from the close and interactions between Asian cultures is a glorious chapter in the history of mankind. The millennial Asian civilisations neither believe that history ends nor that future life is pre-disposed towards 'clashes of civilisations'. As more and more Asians lift their lives from levels of 202 pp. Seller Inventory # 39020

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R.K. Gupta

Published by B.R. Publishing Corporation (2001)

ISBN 10: 8176461997 ISBN 13: 9788176461993

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About this Item: B.R. Publishing Corporation, 2001. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The Absolute Truth is one, which can be realized only in Silence. Spiritualism is to realize the Truth, for which religion is no bar. The Almighty is not concerned with one`s religion but with love. Customs and rituals are only the outer form of religion, which depend upon the place and social circumstances. Spirituality is, however, seeking the Truth and self-realization that are the matters of soul, which is same in every one. The book provides a glimpse of the life and conduct of some of the great Sufi Masters from 81 Century A.D. onwards. These great Masters lived like ordinary family persons, hiding their true self from the public. They believed, "Perfection is not in exhibition of miraculous powers, but perfection is to sit among people, sell and buy, marry and have children; and yet never leave the presence of the Almighty even for one moment." The essence of their teachings is: "desires are the world". Desires cause the worries and worries result into instability of mind. This, however, does not mean inaction or thoughtless action. The Almighty has given intellect to human beings to discriminate between good and bad, and Scriptures are there to guide them. To do one`s best in the given circumstances leaving the result on the Almighty and to remember `Him` always with the feeling of the warmth of `His` love in the heart is the true spirituality. To become a true human being, one has to cover a long path. One, therefore, needs to remember, as Thakur Ram Singh ji, one of the greatest saints of our time used to say : `Naseem Jago Kamar Bandho, Uthao Bister Ki Raat Kam Hain` Contents:- Foreword Preface Part I : SUFIS OF YORE : 1. Naqshband Sufis - The Silent Yogis 2. Sufis of Yore Part II : SUFIS OF OUR TIME : 3. Sufis of Our Time 4. Mahatma Shri Ram Chandra Ji Maharaj 5. Mahatma Shri Raghubar Dayal Ji 6. Mahatma Shri Brij Mohan Lal Ji 7. Mahatma Shri Radha Mohan Lal Ji 8. Thakur Ram Singh Ji 9. Dr. Chandra Gupta Part III : TEACHINGS OF THE GREAT MASTERS : 10. Teachings of the Great Masters 11. The Road to Bliss 12. The Meditation Printed Pages: 316. Seller Inventory # 7771

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Brij Mohan Jauhari

Published by Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd. (2002)

ISBN 10: 8121207770 ISBN 13: 9788121207775

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. This rich collection of papers contributed by eminent social scientists and specialists clearly depicts a remarkable change in various sectors of the Indian sub-continent since the down of independence. The glaring phenomenon of parliamentary Democracy led to the inauguration of numerous economic Measures in private and public sectors, covering economic reforms, showing substantial Progress in the Fields of agriculture, power sector, foreign Investment in India and Globalisation vs Swadeshi. Whereas proper attention has been paid for the development of Science and technology, emphasis on Scientific Research finds deep linkage with the Education of the youths and their social transformation. Thus an effort has been made to show the quantum of progress achieved in different domains covering the Urban and Rural population. Undoubtedly this work would be useful for teachers, students, scholars and others who are interested in our developmental schemes. Contents: Jawahar Lal Economy OF India : FROM NATIONALISATION TO PRIVATISATION : 1. Fifty Years of India`s Independence Economic Reforms : Past, Present and Future/N. Vittal 2. Growth of Income and Consumption in India/Shri Prakash and Shalini Singh 3. Need for Further Widening the Direct Taxes Base in the New Millennium/A.K. Jain 4. Globalisation versus Swadeshi/V.M. Tarkunde 5. Role of the State and Economic Planning/I.C. Dhingra 6. Development of Power Sector after Independence/Raj Kumar 7. Financial Sector Reforms/S.K. Singh 8. Indian Agricultural Export Performance and the Emerging World Trading System : Prospects and Challenges/S.A.R. Bilgrami 9. Financial Sector Reforms in India and Future Threats/Dev Raj 10. Economy of India from Nationalization to Privatisation/Madan Verma 11. Economic Reforms and Employment/B.M. Jauhari and Monita Mohan 12. Foreign Direct Investment in India : Issues and Problems/Monita Mohan, Shailesh Nagar and Nitin Nagar II. POLITY, CONSTITUTION AND THE PARLIAMENTARY Democracy : 13. The Crisis of Nation State in India/H.M. Jain 14. Polity, Constitution and Parliamentary Democracy/M.K. Jain 15. Jawahar Lal Nehru and Constitution Making in India/H.M. Jain III. SOCIAL ORGANISATION : Cultural AND MORAL VALUES : 16. Cultural and Moral Values in Independent India/M.C. Bhartiya and Ravinder Kumar 17. Water : A Looming crisis/Afroz Ahmad 18. Implications of Bhagwat Geeta for Sustainable Human Development/M.M. Goel IV. SCIENCE, Education AND Technology : FUTURE PERSPECTIVE : 19. Preventive Environmental Management/Deepak Jain 20. Science, Technology and Education : Perspectives and Path Ahead/Monika Jauhari and Anurag Saxena 21. Technical Education in India : Growth and Future Concerns/S.P. Singh 22. Changing Economic Scenario-Managerial Challenges/R.L. Varshney 23. Some Signposts in Social Sciences for year 2000/Tarlok Singh 24. Youth, Education and Social Transformation/S. Kashyap Printed Pages: 400. Seller Inventory # 36752

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Chauhan, Brij Raj, G. Narayana And T. R. Singh

Published by Anu Publication, Meerut (1975)

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About this Item: Anu Publication, Meerut, 1975. Hardcover. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Ex Institutional Library, Usual Ex-Lib Marks O/W Sound. Seller Inventory # 030731

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R K Gupta

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ISBN 10: 8176461997 ISBN 13: 9788176461993

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About this Item: B R Publishing. Condition: As New. Contents: Foreword. Preface. I. Sufis of Yore: 1. Naqshband Sufis-the silent Yogis. 2. Sufis of Yore. II. Sufis of our time: 3. Sufis of our time. 4. Mahatma Shri Ram Chandra Ji Maharaj. 5. Mahatma Shri Raghubar Dayal Ji. 6. Mahatma Shri Brij Mohan Lal Ji. 7. Mahatma Shri Radha Mohan Lal Ji. 8. Thakur Ram Singh Ji. 9. Dr. Chandra Gupta. III. Teachings of the great masters: 10. Teachings of the great masters. 11. The road to bliss. 12. The meditation. Bibliography. Name index. Subject index. "The Absolute Truth is one, which can be realised only in Silence. Spiritualism is to realise the Truth, for which religion is no bar. The Almighty is not concerned with one's religion but with love. Customs and rituals are only the outer form of religion, which depend upon the place and social circumstances. Spirituality is, however, seeking the Truth and self- realisation that are the matters of soul, which is same in every one. " The book provides a glimpse of the life and conduct of some of the great Sufi Masters from 8 Century A.D. onwards. These great Masters lived like ordinary family persons, hiding their true self from the public. They believed, "Perfection is not in exhibition of miraculous powers, but perfection is to sit among people, sell and buy, marry and have children; and yet never leave the presence of the Almighty even for one moment." " The essence of their teachings is: "desires are the world". Desires cause the worries and worries result into instability of mind. This, however, does not mean inaction or thoughtless action. The Almighty has given 301 pp. Seller Inventory # 37318

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Edited by S.S. Rathore

Published by Association of Petroleum Geologists (2007)

ISBN 10: 8190172980 ISBN 13: 9788190172981

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About this Item: Association of Petroleum Geologists, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Exploration beyond producing acreages in India: perspectives and challenges/Brij M. Khar. 2. Petroleum exploration management/R.C. Fuloria. 3. Tectonics, depositional setting and reservoir characteristics of sedimentary sequence in North Bank of River Brahmaputra of Upper Assam Basin/S.S. Deb, I. Baruah, B. Bharali, R. Borgohain and B.N. Talukdar. 4. Hydrocarbon prospectivity of Miocene Sands in Cachar Area, Assam - Arakan Fold Belt India/Ram Krishna Singh, R.C. Agrawalla, M.A.S. Bora and G.K. Ray. 5. Structural interpretation and kinematic modeling of the Manabum Anticline, Assam Basin, India/A.N. Borthakur, B.R. Bharali, E. Novoa and A. Ravagila. 6. Trend of fracture pressure gradient in parts of Upper Assam Basin: calculation based on Wireline Log Data/B. Bharali and B.N. Talukdar. 7. Structural style and timing of structural deformation in Naga Foothills Region - a discussion/P.C. Goswami and P. Goswami. 8. Delineation of Adamtila field using 3D Seismic (PSDM): a case study/K. Yadagiri, M.N. Soren, A. Sanyal, P. Chandrasekaran and S. Choudhury. 9. Factors controlling reservoir heterogeneities of LBS sandstones, Rudrasagar Formation, Laplingaon Field, Assam/N. Pendkar and P.S. Kataki. 10. Miocene - Pliocene sequence stratigraphy of Tripura, India and its implications on hydrocarbon exploration/A.S. Kale, P.K. Sinha, R.C. Agrawalla, G.K. Ray and R.M. Baruah. 11. Naturally fractured L3 Reservoir of N&S of Mumbai High Oilfield : a performance review/Kottilil Narayanan. 12. Geochemical Feedback: a novel style for calibrated burial and thermal reconstruction in Mahim Graben Area of Mumbai Offshore Basin/I.V.S.V. Prasad, A.K. Sinha, S. Pahari, R.R. Singh and Anil Bhandari. 13. Source rock evaluation and oil-source correlation studies for North of Mukta Structure, Western Offshore Basin, India/B.G. Goswami, R.S. Bisht, A.K. Bhatnagar, A.K. Mittal and R.R. Singh. 14. Paleoenvironment and source rock palynological studies for hydrocarbon prospects in Mumbai Offshore Basin/P.N. Kapoor and S. Nanjundaswamy. 15. Modeling of middle Kalol Reservoir vis-a-vis anticipated field growth in Wadu and Paliyad Areas, Cambay Basin, India/G. Chakraborty, S. Gupta, U.S. Kanungo, A. Bharskale and K. Dattatraya. 16. Rejuvenation of exploration for 'Kalol' in Mehsana Tectonic Block, North Cambay Basin - a view point/S.C. Sonare and V. Pratap. 17. "New Oil in Old Field" the exploitation of K-VA Paysand of Kalol Field, Cambay Basin; India - a success story/A.K. Jena, R. Matta and Surender Kumar. 18. Palynostratigraphy and depositional environment of Paleogene-neogene sequences of area around Jetalpur depression of Ahmedabad - Mehsana Block, Cambay Basin and their hydrocarbon potential/Anand Gupta and M. Shanmukhappa. 19. Geochemical characterization, oil-oil and oil-source correlation studies in Eastern Margin Fields of Ahmedabad Block of Cambay Basin, India/A.K. Bhatnagar, R.S. Bisht, B.G. Goswami and R.R. Singh. 20. Shallow gas exploration - a milestone towards "Pura"/K.N. Shridhar and V.R. Sunder. 21. Depositional environments and Paleogeographic modeling of tertiary sediments in Narmada Block, Cambay Basin, India/Sudhir Shukla, G.L. Hansa and P.B. Pandey. 22. 40Ar-39Ar studies of Basaltic Basement from Kerala Offshore of India: relevance to reunion hotspot linkage of Deccan Volcanism/S.S. Rathore, A.R. Vijan, M. Bansal, G.C. Uniyal and P.S. Pangtey. 23. Application of hydrocarbon play concept for assessing exploration risk and play potential for upper cretaceous sediments in Kuthalam and Kali fields and unexplored areas in Northern Tranquebar Sub Basin, Cauvery Basin, India/S. Venkataramaiah, P.V.V. Satyanaran and J. Ashok Kumar. 24. Influence of Mud parameters on quality of wireline log data in Thrustfold Belts: an analogue from Himalayan foothills/Tajinder Kumar. 25. Neoproterozoic carbonate microfacies of Kanger and Jagdalpur formation, Indravati Group, Chhattisgarh, India/Rajeeva Guhey and Pradeep Thakur. 26. The role of integrated. Seller Inventory # 68534

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Bhabani Shankar Nayak

Published by Atlantic, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 812690481X ISBN 13: 9788126904815

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About this Item: Atlantic, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Acknowledgements. Introduction. I. Political economy of public policy 1. The color of crisis the twenty first century culture of science/Brij Mohan. 2. Political economy of centralisation in India some critical notes from a decentralist perspective/Pritam Singh. 3. Political economy of tax effort in North Eastern states of India a case study of Nagaland/B. Mishra P.S. Suresh and K.Z. Ovung. 4. The history of food security policy in India with reference to Orissa and Kalahandi an integrated and universal approach towards PDS/Bhabani Shankar Nayak. 5. Sericulture and community development in the context of globalization an empirical evidence of a village/Eswarappa Kasi and R. Siva Prasad. 6. Institutional reforms for sustainable irrigation management/Mamata Swain and Deepak Kumar Das. 7. The right to development in India and government intervention through collective action/S.S. Rath. 8. Brain Drain and scientific diaspora prospects and implications back home/Sadananda Sahoo. II. Globalization environment tribal issues in development 9. Sixth schedule of the Indian constitution a boon or a bane for tribal development/Samantha Syiem. 10. Adivasis shinning standing up to the face of an invasion of aluminium companies in Orissa/Felix Padel and Samarendra Das. 11. Fortress conservation and accumulation by dispossession the case of the Shoolpaneshwar Sanctuary in the Narmada Valley/Judy Whitehead. 12. Cashing in India's forests globalization reform and medicinal plants in Madhya Pradesh/Garry Fehr and Rene Veron. III. Society information technology and gender 13. Information technology and marginalization a sociological understanding of India/Nagaraju Gundemeda. 14. Contesting or reinforcing hegemony social and cultural habitus of young female employees in ITES/Martina Mettgenberg. 15. Legislation as an agent of social change widow's access to property rights in Bhima Maharashtra/Karine Bates. Contributors. The present book intends to make an innovative contribution to key debates in the burgeoning field of society economy and politics in contemporary India. The arguments herein move beyond the traditional analysis of cause and effect relationships while addressing crises in its different forms. The study tries to map out the crises which are reinforced by the ruling class in India since decades in the process of identity formations based on race religion caste and culture in politics and dismantling the role of state in economy through the process of market led reforms. The crisis is again reinforced by the given political economy of the Indian society where masses have to sacrifice their development for the pleasure of others. Instead of solving these acute problems the Indian ruling class tries to overcome it by diverting people from the real life issues through the process of spreading the venom of communalism and other emotive issues. The society and culture is being shaped by the economy and economics does not lead politics rather it follows politics. Thus it is necessary precondition to shape politics for the better economy that works for the masses. Apart from the market based advocacy the ruling class in India also advocates for the technology and information. Of course we need technology but till now it is in the hands of the few and far away from the masses. An understanding about crises and its reinforcing agencies will be essential for all future struggles for alternatives. While the students and teachers concerned with development studies will find this book informative the general readers will find it a real eye opener. 410 pp. Seller Inventory # 63073

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K N Dikshit and K S Ramachandran

Published by D K Printworld, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8124603022 ISBN 13: 9788124603024

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About this Item: D K Printworld, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Reprint. Contents I. Articles 1. Cunningham explorer and excavator/S. Silas. 2. Recent archaeological investigations in trans ghaghra plains and identification of some city sites of Kosala/B.R. Mani. 3. Alagankulam an Indo Roman Port a critique/K.S. Ramachandran. 4. The Raj Samudra Dam a milestone in water management/Ramesh Chandra Sharma. 5. Medieval water supply system in Burhanpur Town Madhya Pradesh a review/D.P. Kambo J.D. Cruz and Javed Ashraf. 6. Some thoughts on Indian art and architecture (from the earliest times to the 12 century)/M.N. Deshpande. 7. The concept of Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara in ancient Thailand and its iconographic forms/Bachchan Kumar. 8. Maradharshana episode a unique representation/Shashi Asthana. 9. Saivite art and thought in the literature of Kerala a survey/B.S. Harishankar. 10. Rock paintings in India decay and control/Rashmi Pathak. 11. Illicit trafficking in Indian antiquities problems and challenges/C.B. Patil and C.B. Misra. 12. Birth of civilization Indian view point/Bhagwan Singh. II. Notes and news 1. Geographic Information System (GIS) for archaeology/Sushama G. Deo and P.P. Joglekar. 2. Report on the Faunal remains from Kelshi District Ratnagiri Maharashtra/P.P. Joglekar Arati Deshpande Mukerjee and Sharmila Joshi. 3. A little known Buddhist relic stupa in the Santhal Parganas/Nayanjot Lahiri. 4. Langudi an early historical Buddhist site in coastal Orissa/Harish Prusty Pradeep Mohanty and Jitu Mishra. 5. Vajrasattva varieties and worship/Jitendra Nath. 6. A unique Panchakuta Temple at Sirval Gulbarga District Karnataka/S.K. Aruni. 7. Colour of the sea an aspect of ancient Indian navigation/Sumita Chakravorty. III. Book reviews 1. Prakash Sinha model for land use in Late Acheulian tradition/S.P. Gupta. 2. M.K. Dhavalikar M.R. Raval and Y.M. Chitalwala Kuntasi A Harappan emporium on west coast/S.P. Gupta and Ashwani Asthana. 3. Urmila Sant terracotta art of Rajasthan from Pre Harappan and Harappan times/Brij K. Chauhan. 4. Shivaji K. Panikkar Saptamatrika worship and sculptures/B.S. Harishankar. 5. Channabasappa S. Patil Panchatantra in Karnataka sculpture/K.S. Ramachandran. 6. Channabasappa S. Patil temples of Raichur and Bellary Districts Karnataka/K.S. Ramachandran. 7. B.K. Chauhan and K.K. Sharma the Indian economy through the ages/P.K. Trivedi. IV. Project report 1. Report on Agra monuments and Mathura refinery a regional environmental plan for controlling pollution. 2. Report of the XXX Annual Conference. 136 pp. Seller Inventory # 55477

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S M Dhawan

Published by Authors Press, Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8172731760 ISBN 13: 9788172731762

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About this Item: Authors Press, Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Eulogy and tributes 1. A trip to Nostalgia remembering Professor J.L. Sardana/D.K. Mukherjee. 2. One man J.L. Sardana a pen portrait/M. Sankara Reddy. II. Library and information science education training and research 3. LIS research in India trends and developments/A.A.N. Raju. 4. Restructuring library and information science curriculum/M. Bavakutty and T.K. Muhammed Salih. 5. Growth and development of LIS education in Iran/G.C. Bansal and Hassan Kiani. 6. Evaluation of LIS education through distance education mode/R.K. Bhatt and Narender Kumar. 7. Need for IT skills for library professionals/P. Soma Raju. III. Information systems techniques and services 8. Dewey 21 (1996) and the current trends/M.P. Satija. 9. Indexing and abstracting services in Iran/Masumeh Bagheri and G.C. Bansal. 10. Evaluation of information retrieval system/J. Dominic and P.J. Nirmala. 11. Reference service in government libraries/M.K. Jain. 12. Indira Gandhi Memorial Library Hyderabad University Hyderabad /K. Navalani and Prem Chand Sehgal. 13. A unique library on lingayatism/S.R. Gunjal. 14. Reshaping library and information infrastructure to integrate the gains of information technology/O.P. Gupta. IV. Library resource development sharing and access 15. Developing acquisition policy for university libraries in India/Neela Jagannathan. 16. Resource sharing in periodicals among Indian Institute of Management Libraries/Narender Kumar and R.K. Bhatt. 17. Electronic document delivery system and services/B. Ramesh Babu and D. Chandran. 18. Information exchange and resource sharing electronic way/V.V.V. Satyanarayana. 19. Public access to government generated information a critical appraisal/P.R. Goswami. 20. Distance learners access to library and information sources and services in India/M. Sankara Reddy and L.S. Ramaiah. V. Networking internet cyber age and libraries 21. Cyber commerce for libraries/A. Lakshmana Moorthy and C.R. Karisiddappa. 22. Internet and libraries/Amrit Pal. 23. Information technology strategy for high quality service and greater user satisfaction/V. Venkata Ramana and N. Varatha Rajan. 24. Retrospective conversion a thematic perspective/Shobha D. Kulkarni Rekha S. Oltikar and Kalyani Accanoor. 25. Working towards college library automation/Sarita Jain. 26. Networking of college libraries in Delhi a plan Kamlesh Vinayak. 27. Information technology in academic libraries/K. Veeranjaneyulu. 28. Benefits of library automation/Khalid K. Faruqi. VI. Electronic publishing 29. Evaluating electronic journals/D.K. Kaushik and Sonia Relan. 30. Emerging trends in electronic journals/S.C. Jindal. 31. Multimedia an emerging resource for information centres and libraries/Nishat Fatima. VII. Librarianship management and status 32. ALA support to libraries in the Third World countries/R.N. Sharma. 33. Paradoxes of managing university libraries an overview/V.K. Nanda. 34. Total quality management in libraries and information centres/Krishan Gopal. 35. Management of quantitative data in special libraries/Brij Mohan Khanna. 36. Knowledge management and the role of library/information professionals/S.D. Vyas and Dewendra K. Singh. 37. Performance appraisal of library professionals purpose process and techniques/H.R. Chopra. 38. World book production and its pricing/S. Majumdar. 39. Marketing of information products and services in social sciences/P.C. Shah. 40. Marketing of information services/products in university libraries a case study of Punjab/Prabhjot Kaur and Sewa Singh. 41. Libraries and librarians in academic institutions work status and identity/P.R. Goswami. 42. Transition of libraries and librarianship in India from twentieth to twenty first century/M. Sankara Reddy. 43. Role of libraries in the emerging electronic information era/S.M. Dhawan. VIII. Scientometrics and use studies 44. From librametry to informetrics and an overview of Indian contributions/P. Padhi and K.C. Garg. 45. Collaborative research in. Seller Inventory # 52913

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Gursharan Singh Kainth (Ed.)

Published by Daya Publishing House (1999)

ISBN 10: 8186030980 ISBN 13: 9788186030981

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: New. Mountain Agriculture though peculiar in many ways, is limited by a low land-man Ratio - the cultivated land is only 0.15 hectares as against the national figure of 0.34 hetares with only one-fifth of cultivated area under assured irrigation. Although efforts to develop hill agriculture were initiated in early fifties, planned development programme came to be evolved only in late sixties. But the Fruits of the so called `green revolution` have not yet reached these hilly Regions because of a paraphernalia of constraints. Furthermore, the severity of Soil Erosion and soil degradation is much more and widespread in hill agriculture due to fragile ecosystem and its impact on plains through downstream sedimentation and flooding. Cattle Grazing and Forest Fodder lopping in the hills further accelerate the soil erosion by denuding Forests and pastures. The present volume, consisting of 28 well researched papers, contributed by eminent scholars from different state Agricultural universities; ICAR-institutions and various Research Institutions makes an indepth Study of various aspects and growth of hill agriculture in a broad perspective in order to better the life of the people dwelling in these beautiful hilly areas. This valuable compilation will be of immense use for all those who are interested and concerned with Indian agriculture in General and hill agriculture in particular. Contents Preface List of Tables List of Figures and Appendix List of Contributors I. GENERAL DEVELOPMENT : 1. Sustainability of Hill Farming : Some Implications/Gursharan Singh Kainth 2. Development of Hill Agriculture/K.T. Chandy and S.K. Pandey 3. Development of Hill Areas Under Plans/K. Sain 4. Hill Agricultural Development : Environmental Issues/O. Timothy Randhir and S.R. Subramanian 5. Developing Hill Agriculture Through Female Labour/R.K. Sharma, Brij Bala and T.V. Moorti 6. Transforming Traditional Agriculture in Hills/Dalip S. Thakur and Bimla Thakur 7. Hill Agriculture in India : Some Perspectives/K.N. Ninan II. REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT : 8. Agricultural Development of Eastern Hills/Amalesh Ch. Banerjee 9. Constraints to Meghalaya Hill Agriculture/N. Venkata Rao and K. Kamraju 10. Problems and Prospects of Developing Sikkim Hills/M.G. Ghosh 11. Land Utilisation and Cropping Pattern in Mizoram/K.C. Borah 12. Emerging Farming System in Himachal Pradesh/K.D. Sharma, A.S. Saini and D.S. Thakur 13. Farm Growth Rates in Himachal Pradesh/K.K. Kaushik 14. Farming System in Uttar Pradesh Hills/R.K. Singh, Ashok Kumar Singh and Devendra Singh III. LAND MARKET : 15. Land Sales in Nainital Tarai : Developmental Implications/V.K. Pandey, S.K. Tewari and Gyanendra Mani 16. Land Market Transactions in Hilly Region/Ramesh Chand 17. Distribution of Land Holdings in Himachal Pradesh/K.K. Kaushik IV. WATERSHED MANAGEMENT : 18. Watershed Approach for Sustainable Development in Hills/Amar S. Guleria 19. National Watershed Development Programme and Rainfed Agriculture/B.K. Sikka, S.P. Saraswat & C.S. Nadda 20. Optimum Resource Utilization for Watershed Development/Karam Singh and Balbir Kumar 21. Evaluation of Watershed Development Projects in Shivalik Foothills/R.S. Sidhu, J.S. Sidhu and Sukhpal Singh 22. Utilization of Irrigation Wells in Hilly Areas of Madhya Pradesh/K.G. Sharma 23. Evaluation of Kundah River Valley Project/C. Arputhraj V. Commercial Crops : 24. Instability of Oilseed Crops in Himachal Pradesh/O.P. Sambhar, B.S. Chandel and Parkash Mehta 25. Ginger in Agriculture of Himachal Pradesh/A.S. Saini, K.D. Sharma and A.K. Sood 26. Ginger in Rural Development of Meghalaya/M.R. Mukunda, S.P. Pillai and V.B. Potty 27. Potato in Hill Areas/S.S. Lal, R.C. Sharma and P.S. Dahiya 28. Tribal Potato Co-operative Society : A Success/T.V. Moorti, K.D. Sharma and D.R. Thakur Printed Pages: 428. Seller Inventory # 56614

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S D Sharma

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About this Item: Deep, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Law relating to creative activities/Brij Kishore Sharma. 2. New vistas of human creative activities and their protection under copyright law a human approach/S.K. Verma. 3. Plant variety protection and farmers rights/Basant Ram. 4. Copyright Act in digital environment management law and policy/Saleem Akhtar. 5. Compatibility of Enforcement Measures of Copyright Act with the TRIPS agreement/K.C. Joshi. 6. Evolution protection and enforcement of knowledge based creations some issues/Priti Saxena. 7. Copyright vis a vis societal rights the Indian perspective of social engineering/D.K. Bhatt. 8. Relation of copyrights and human rights under TRIPS/Ram Naresh Chaudhuri. 9. Copyright remedies and protection against infringement/J.S. Bisht. 10. Computer applications and protection of copyright/Kailash Chandra Sodani and Sunil Asopa. 11. Copyright cultivation of mind a exclusive human right/Nidhi Deepak. 12. Judicial development and interpretation of moral rights in India/Satish Chandra. 13. Creative activities and their protection under copyright in fine arts/Shekhar Chandra Joshi. 14. Protection of cultural rights under copyright in relation to indigenous peoples/Meena Pathani. 15. New dimension of human creative activities and their protection under copyright law/Brisketu Sharan Pandey. 16. Creative activities in power sectors (a comparative study of U.S.A. and India)/Devesh Darshan Pant. 17. The nature of rights and remedies under the copyrights law in India/Bhavani Prasad Panda. 18. Copyright as human rights under universal declaration of human rights/R.K. Pathak. 19. Intellectual property and copyrights system/Kala Munet and S.P. Meena. 20. Protect rights with digital watermark/Deepak Kumar Pandey. 21. Copyright and freedom of speech and expression under fundamental rights/S.R. Sharma. 22. Intellectual property and their protection under copyright law/S.K. Pandey. 23. Basic information for software copyright/P.C. Joshi and Deepak Kumar Pandey. 24. Some aspects of copyright law in India/A.K. Pandey. 25. Online copyright violation with special reference to liability of internet service providers/Pallavi Gupta. 26. Copyright law a humane approach/Syed Sadiq H. Abidi and O.N. Mishra. 27. Natural law theory of property and copyright an analysis/S.C. Roy. 28. Whether infringement of copyright is violation of human rights an assessment/Kiran Saksena. 29. Copyright under Indian constitution as human right with reference to directive principles of state policy and fundamental duties an overview/S.M. Shukla. 30. Freedom of speech and expression and copyright in the light of human rights an analysis/V.K. Singh. 31. Copyright law furthers free speech value in constitutional frame/Syed Naseer H. Rizvi and O.N. Mishra. 32. Infringement of copyright/R.K. Chaubey. 33. Protection of copyright under copyright law/Subhash Chandra Gupta. 34. Copyright infringement a perspective view of software piracy/Rakesh Chandra and Tapan Chandola. 35. Copyright or authors authority is the protector of human right generation to generation/Jay Prakash Yadav. 36. Protection of actor's rights as copyright need to accord actors with moral rights/Subhash Chandra Singh. 37. Patent Paranoia/Jyoti Priyadarshini Shrivastav. 38. The intellectual copyright regime should India copy the global trend an overview/Samarika Singh and Apoorva Bhumesh. 39. Norms of creative activities/S.D. Sharma. Tables of cases. Index. This book deals with important aspects of human creative activities and the law. This is a compilation of articles written by eminent scholars with emphasis on the human rights approach of creative activities. In the changing circumstances of the World Trade and Commerce property created by the human being by his wisdom knowledge and capacity is called intellectual property. This property is being protected by the law as a right of human being. Thus protection of intellectual property is legal right. It results from the intellectual. Seller Inventory # 65363

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edited by C. Lakshmanna and Jugendra Sahai

Published by Rawat Publications (2012)

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About this Item: Rawat Publications, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Introduction. 1. A Nasr sentence: some comments/A.K. Saran. 2. The administrative state and the home politics/Raghuveer Singh. 3. Man's yearning for fulfillment in life: the Hindu traditional view/Ramesh Chandra Tiwari. 4. Sociology and social revolution in India: challenges and responses/Yogendra Singh. 5. Sociological theories and their empirical bases/Brij Raj Chauhan. 6. Socio-cultural dimensions of development/Yogesh Atal. 7. Indian Diaspora: some reflections/C. Lakshmanna. 8. Corporate social responsibility in the European Union and East Asia/Gyorgy Szell. 9. Modernity and culture: some reflections/Jugendra Sahai. 10. Research education and training in social sciences and humanities: some issues and policy concerns/Rajeshwar Prasad. 11. Evolution of caste system/B.D. Tripathi. 12. Dimensions of human development: emerging concerns/S.P. Srivastava. 13. Globalisation and Gandhian economic thought/Bindeshwar Pathak. 14. Experiments in workers participation for effective industrial Democracy: an analysis/R.C. Sarikwal. 15. Globalisation, cultural change and the issue of global uniformity/P.N. Pandey. 16. Culture of hierarchy and power: local socio-historical perspectives Indian case study/D. Sundaram. 17. American social theory and Indian social reality: the case of reference group theory/Jagdish Kumar Pundir. 18. Secularism in theory and practice: a derivative discourse in Indian context/Ashok Kaul and Anita Mattoo. Index. The book presents a panoramic view of current sociological understanding of the emergent social reality. It is a collection of eighteen essays, and can be put into four major steams of thought. In fact, such kind of a discourse cannot have a common theme leading to logical conclusions. Though most of the contributors have concentrated their attention on social development and change, a few of them have also expressed their concerns for sociological theory. Rest of the essays are of different nature questioning the existential basis of human action, examining Nasr's philosophy on religion and nature and caste has also been taken into consideration. The essays are not only exhaustive but also shed enormous light on the Hindu social theory. Two contributors have raised the issue of workers participation and provided a detailed model to redeem the crisis. The book will be invaluable for both academics and the lay readers to appreciate the critical issues in modern Indian society. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 109954

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Dinesh K. Marothia

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About this Item: Concept, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Introduction and overview/Dinesh K. Marothia. I. The commons, rural development and institutions: 2. Decline of rural commons role of population growth and public policies/N.S. Jodha. 3. Common pool resource management in Himachal Pradesh/Y.S. Negi. 4. Commons, development and the poor/M.V. Nadkarni. 5. Integrating common pool resources management with rural development programmes/Katar Singh. II. Water resources, land use and irrigation systems and institutions: 6. Community and household water management: the key to environmental regeneration and poverty alleviation/Anil Agarwal and Sunita Narain. 7. Integrated management of water and land for sustainable development in semi-arid areas/V. Ballabh and P. Thomas. 8. Improved water management through farmers’ participation/I.C. Mahapatra and R.K. Rajput. 9. Sustaining Tamil Nadu’s tanks: a review of issues and approaches/Tushaar Shah, R. Seenivasan, C.R. Shanmugam and M.P. Vasimalai. 10. Management of common pool resources irrigation tanks of Southern India/K. Palanisami and R. Balasubramanian. 11. Groundwater management: problems and opportunities/P.K. Joshi. 12. Groundwater resources: looming crisis/M.S. Rathore. 13. Managing groundwater resource on Deccan plateau: Pani Panchayat as an institution of collective action/R.S. Deshpande and Amalendu Jyotishi. III. Degraded lands and framing of institutional choices: 14. Common property land resources in India: some issues in regeneration and management/Sudarshan Iyengar and Nimisha Shukla. 15. Greening the wastelands: experiences from the tree growers’ cooperatives project/V.K. Misra. 16. Socio-economic impact of joint management of common lands in the Aravallis of Haryana/Jagdeesh C. Kalla and R.N. Kaul. 17. Fuelwood production through wasteland development: some policy issues/N.C. Saxena. 18. Common pool degraded lands: technological and institutional options/P.S. Pathak. IV. Institutional arrangements in fisheries resources: 19. Management of inland fisheries resources under different property regimes/M. Sinha and Pradeep K. Katiha. 20. Open water capture fisheries: development strategies and policies/P.V. Dehadrai. 21. Impact of modern shrimp farming on common property resources in coastal zones of Tamil Nadu/C. Ramasamy, C. Sekar and S. Selvam. V. Biodiversity and institutional structures: 22. Sacred groves as common property resources: an exploratory study/Kailash C. Malhotra. 23. Medicinal plants revisited: an institutional inquiry in the common property resource regime/M.G. Chandrakanth, Ravishankar, A. Rangesh Parmesh and M.S. Suneetha. 24. Biodiversity: a key issue for commons management in the Himalaya region/Vir Singh. 25. Ecotourism in Sikkim: contributions toward conservation of biodiversity resources/Eklabya Sharma, Nandita Jain, S.C. Rai and Renzino Lepeha. 26. Nature conservation areas: who will protect them?/Ashish Kothari. 27. Shared management of protected areas: possibilities and constraints in Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur/Kanchan Chopra. 28. Management issues of aquatic resources including wetlands/Brij Gopal. VI. Common pool knowledge: 29. The enclosure and recovery of the biological and intellectual commons/Vandana Shiva. 30. Recognizing and rewarding common pool knowledge resources/Madhav Gadgil. VII. Property rights, institutional change and policy problem: 31. Alternative governance in common pool resources/Dinesh K. Marothia. Index. "This volume presents a unique interdisciplinary assembly of thoughts in which agricultural scientists, fisheries scientists, forestry experts, alternative medicine systems experts, environmental and resource economists, geographers, ecologists, anthropologists, sociologists, political scientists, physicists, biologists, botanists, environmental engineers, environmental advocates and philosophers, journalists and environmental policy analysts have addressed their tasks focusing on institutions as a crosscutting theme in their writings on sustai. Seller Inventory # 44606

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Gursharan Singh Kainth (ed)

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About this Item: Regency, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents: Preface. I. General development: 1. Sustainability of hill farming: some implications/Gursharan Singh Kainth. 2. Development of hill agriculture/K.T. Chandy and S.K. Pandey. 3. Development of hill areas under plans/K. Sain. 4. Hill agricultural development: environmental issues/O. Timothy Randhir and S.R. Subramanian. 5. Developing hill agriculture through female labour/R.K. Sharma Brij Bala and T.V. Moorti. 6. Transforming traditional agriculture in hills/Dalip S. Thakur and Bimla Thakur. 7. Hill agriculture in India: some perspectives/K.N. Ninan. II. Regional development: 8. Agricultural development of eastern hills/Amalesh Ch. Banerjee. 9. Constraints to Meghalaya hill agriculture/N. Venkata Rao and K. Kamraju. 10. Problems and prospects of developing Sikkim hills/M.G. Ghosh. 11. Land utilisation and cropping pattern in Mizoram/K.C. Borah. 12. Emerging farming system in Himachal Pradesh/K.D. Sharma A.S. Saini and D.S. Thakur. 13. Farm growth rates in Himachal Pradesh/K.K. Kaushik. 14. Farming system in Uttar Pradesh hills/R.K. Singh Ashok Kumar Singh and Devendra Singh. III. Land market: 15. Land Sales in Nainital Tarai: developmental implications/V.K. Pandey S.K. Tewari and Gyanendra Mani. 16. Land market transactions in hilly region/Ramesh Chand. 17. Distribution of land holdings in Himachal Pradesh/K.K. Kaushik. IV. Watershed management: 18. Watershed approach for sustainable development in hills/Amar S. Guleria. 19. National watershed development programme and rainfed agriculture/B.K. Sikka S.P. Saraswat & C.S. Nadda. 20. Optimum resource utilization for watershed development/Karam Singh and Balbir Kumar. 21. Evaluation of watershed development projects in Shivalik foothills/R.S. Sidhu J.S. Sidhu and Sukhpal Singh. 22. Utilization of irrigation wells in hilly areas of Madhya Pradesh/K.G. Sharma. 23. Evaluation of Kundah river valley project/C. Arputhraj. V. Commercial crops: 24. Instability of oilseed crops in Himachal Pradesh/O.P. Sambhar B.S. Chandel and Parkash Mehta. 25. Ginger in agriculture of Himachal Pradesh/A.S. Saini K.D. Sharma and A.K. Sood. 26. Ginger in rural development of Meghalaya/M.R. Mukunda S.P. Pillai and V.B. Potty. 27. Potato in hill areas/S.S. Lal R.C. Sharma and P.S. Dahiya. 28. Tribal potato co operative society: a success/T.V. Moorti K.D. Sharma and D.R. Thakur. From the preface: The present volume consisting of 28 well researched papers contributed by eminent scholars from different state agricultural universities; ICAR institutions and various research institutions makes an indepth study of various aspects and growth of hill agriculture in a broad perspective in order to better the life of the people dwelling in these beautiful hilly areas. This valuable compilation will be of immense use for all those who are interested and concerned with Indian agriculture in general and hill agriculture in particular. Seller Inventory # 275

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Keshav Dev Gaur and Anil Kumar Singh

Published by Sunrise, Delhi (2008)

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About this Item: Sunrise, Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Introduction. 2. Role of agro based industries in the development of rural economy marketing perspectives/Keshav Dev Gaur and Rachita Rana. 3. Role of agro based industries in rural development a regional study/S.N. Sharma. 4. An overview of agro based industries in Uttar Pradesh/Keshav Dev Gaur and Kashinath Singh. 5. Agricultural land resources and sustainable development/Kershav Dev Gaur and Rachita Rana. 6. Role of agro based industries in rural development in Eastern Uttar Pradesh/D.N. Singh. 7. Role of agro based industries in rural development in Uttar Pradesh/Priyanka Singh. 8. Indian sugar industry a strong industrial base for rural India/A.P. Pandey and Vinod Kumar Pandey. 9. Marketing in agriculture industry/Hitendra Bargal Gayatri Gupta and Ashish Sharma. 10. Prospects of agri business and role of AEZs in agro region/A.K. Tomar and Neerja Sharma. 11. Role of agro based industries in the development of Uttar Pradesh/Meenu Agrawal. 12. Agro based industries in U.P. need for a fresh look/Poonam Jaiswal and Abhishak Srivastava. 13. Impact of agro based industries on rural development in India/Anil Kumar Singh. 14. Sugar industry as a leading agro based industry an overview/Kranti Walia. 15. Role of government in development of agro based industries in Uttar Pradesh/Munish Gaur and Rinki Gaur. 16. A study on assessment of feasibility of fruit and vegetable processing units in Haryana/Rachna Sharma Sakshi Sharma U.K. Sharma and Monica Sharma. 17. Economics of agro industries a comparative study/Renu Tyagi and Brij Mohan Gaur. 18. Development of agro based industries in India performance problems and potential/Parul Saxena. 19. An overview of agro industries in Indian economy/Keshav Dev Gaur and Pallavini Vashishtha. 20. Agro industries strengthen agriculture sector/Pooja Gupta. 21. Agro based industries in U.P./Amit Jain. 22. SWOT analysis of agriculture marketing/Hitendra Bargal R.K. Sharma and Ashish Sharma. 23. Economic development and agro based industries/Sweta Varshney. 24. Agro based industries in Arunachal Pradesh small sector's dream/Manish Sharma. 25. Punjab Agro Based Industries Corporation (PAIC) an evaluation/Pratibha Tyagi. 26. Rethinking about agricultural labour in Uttar Pradesh/Poonam Jaiswal. 27. Agro based industries in India an overview of policy issues/Keshav Dev Gaur and Kusam Sidana. 28. Economic potential of agro industries/Durgesh Tripathi. 29. Employment implications of agro based industries in India/Arun Kumar Mishra. 30. Bibliography. 31. Index. India being an agricultural economy setting up industries that make use of the produce of agriculture directly or indirectly are considered more desirable in the context of the economic development of the country. Such a development has a two way effect. First agriculture helps agro based industries to make use of the raw materials directly supplied by this sector. Secondly agriculture facilitates the growth of those type of industries which produce several inputs like fertilizers pesticides and agricultural implements that help to promote the productivity and expansion of agriculture. It is a fact that the agro industries have been playing an immense and crucial role in providing agricultural inputs and machines to the agriculture sector. There has been a lot of achievement in agricultural productivity through mechanisation and modernisation. In this book an attempt has been made to examine various issues and aspects related to agro industries in India. Further factors responsible for development of agro industries have been examined intensively. Efforts being made by the government for strengthening agro industries during Five Year Plans have been analysed systematically. Various yardsticks for further expansion and development of agro industries have been suggested. 472 pp. Seller Inventory # 71339

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A.B. Singh, K. Sammi Reddy, M.C. Manna and A. Subba Rao

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About this Item: Agrotech Publishing Academy, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Utilization of cotton crop industry wastes for sustainable crop production/Blaise Desouza. 2. Recycling crop residues for improved nutrient use efficiency-a case study/Blaise Desouza. 3. Efficient methods of organic wastes recycling for sustainable agriculture/A.B. Singh and A. Subba Rao. 4. Recycling of press mud and spent wash in agriculture/A.K. Biswas. 5. Soil carbon dynamics under long term use of organic manures/Brij Lal Lakaria, Pramod Jha and A.K. Biswas. 6. Recycling of waste and its quality assessment/M.C. Manna. 7. Soil organic matter: decomposition process and stabilization mechanisms/Pramoa Jha, Brij Lal Lakaria and A.K, Biswas. 8. Molecular techniques to explore microbial diversity in soil and environmental samples/Santosh R. Mohanty. 9. Mitigation options for greenhouse gas emission from agriculture fields/Santosh R. Mohanty. 10. Wastes in processing, avenues to value addition/Sunita Singh. 11. Modern instrumental techniques for determination of heavy metals in compost/J.K. Saha. 12. Efficient use of manures composts for sustainable crop production in organic farming/P. Ramesh. 13. Conservation agriculture and crop residues management utilization/Kulasekaran Ramesh. 14. Heavy metal status in different compost and their permissible limits/J.K. Saha. 15. Potential for different on farm and off farm organic resources in India/Sanjay Srivastava. 16. Impact of industrial and city wastes on soil quality/N,R. Panwar. 17. Phytoremediation of heavy metals from contaminated soils/S. Ramana and A.B. Singh. 18. Organics as important component in integrated nutrient management for enhancing long-term productivity and nutrient use efficiencies/Muneshwar Singh and R.H. Wnajari. 19. Soil fertility management and soil quality under organic farming/A. Subba Rao, P. Ramesh, K. Sammi Reddy, A.B. Singh and K. Ramesh. 20. Recycling organic materials as soil amendments/L.L. Somani, F.M. Qureshi, U.S. Rawat and S.L. Mundra. Subject Index. The continuous use of high levels of chemical fertilizers is adversely affecting the sustainability of agricultural production and causing environmental pollution. There is a decline in the productivity of crops, despite the application of optimum levels of fertilizer inputs under assured irrigation. Constraint analysing has identified the declining organic mater status as a probable reason. It is in this context that the supplementation of organic along with chemical fertilizers is a decisive viable strategy. In coming decades a major issue in designing sustainable agriculture system will be the management of soil organic matter and the rational use of inorganic inputs along with animal manures, crop residues, green manures, sewage sludge and food industry wastes. However, since organic wastes cannot meet the total nutrient needs of modern agriculture, integrated use of nutrients from fertilizers and organic wastes seems to be a need of the time. Sustainable plant nutrition to increase food production has been identified as one of the priorities directly linked to land and water management resources in relation to environment. Therefore, the soil health is very important to achieve national food security targets for sustainable growth. Indian agriculture is operating at a net negative balance of plant nutrients at the rate of 8-10 million tonnes/annum. At least 10 million tonnes nutrients should come from organic manures crop residues and bio-degradable wastes. Thus, food security is very much linked with nutrient input. India is endowed with enormous potential for plant nutrients locked up in the bio-degradable wastes. A total quantity of around 875 million tones of these so-called waste material is available in the country, which can supply 18.45 million tones of nutrients annually. This book orients towards recycling of biodegradable organic wastes for improved soil productivity. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 91412

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edited by M. Mohanty, R.S. Chaudhary and Nishant K. Sinha

Published by Agrotech Publishing Academy (2014)

ISBN 10: 8183213324 ISBN 13: 9788183213325

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About this Item: Agrotech Publishing Academy, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Applications of Crop Growth Simulation Models in Climate Change Assessments/M. Mohanty and Nishant K. Sinha. 2. Elevated Atmospheric Co2: Its Indirect Effects on Soil Processes/S. Kundu, S. Rajendran and M. Vassanda Coumar. 3. Carbon Pools, Carbon Management Indicesand Soil Carbon Dynamics/Brij Lal Lakaria, Pramod Jha and A.K. Biswas. 4. Mechanisms of Soil Carbon Sequestration and Stabilization/K.M. Hati. 5. Remote Sensing Based Methodology for Crop Acreage Estimation/Prachi Misra sahoo. 6. Statistical Techniques for Spatial Data Analysis/ Prachi Misra Sahoo. 7. Making APSIM Model Ready for crop Simulation Model/Nishant K. Sinha and M. Mohanty. 8. The APSIM Model (Agricultural Production Systems Simulator): A Model for production or Resource Management and Seasonal Climate Forecasting/M. Mohanty and Nishant K. Sinha. 9. Effect of Organics on Soil Aggregate Stability/R.S. Chaudhary, Nishant K. Sinha and M. Mohanty. 10. Conservation Agriculture for Climate Change Mitigation in Rainfed Region/J. Somasundaram. 11. DNDC Model-Calibration and Validation from Long-term Experiments/Pramod Jha. 12. Diversity and Response of Soil Microbes to Climate Change/S.R. Mohanty. 13. Biochar for Climate Change Mitigation/A.K. Biswas, Pramod Jha and B.L. Lakaria. 14. Engineering Interventions and Conservation Agriculture in Context of Climate Change/K.P. Singh. 15. Improving Water Productivity Under Climate Change Scenarios: Indian Perspective/R. Saha. 16. Glossary of technical Terms/L.L. Somani. Seller Inventory # 112082

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Anil K. Gupta, Sreeja S. Nair and M. Yunus

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About this Item: Associated Publishing Company, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Introduction. I. Introduction and Overview: 1. Land-Use for Climatic and Human Security: Policy Concerns/Anil K Gupta, Sreeja S. Nair and Mohammad Yunus. 2. Land-capability and Land-Use Optimization/Hrittick Biswas, Brij Lal Lakaria and V.S. Katiyar. 3. Land Reforms and Environmental Sustainability: Reference to Real Estate Boom/Nisha Pandey and V. Vedak. 4. Land-Use Planning in the Coastal Region through Remote Sensing Based Technique: A Case Study from Gujarat/Shital Lodhia. II. Methods and Case Studies: 5. Spatial Decision Support Systems for Sustainable Land-Use Suitability Analysis: An Example from Ebro Basin in Zaragoza (Spain)/M.T. Lamelas, O. Marinoni, A. Hoppe and J. de la Riva. 6. Land-Use and Land-Cover Change: Case of Jhansi in Bundelkhand/R.S. Khoiyangbam and Santaram S. Oinam. 7. Diversifying Land-Use: Case of Shivaliks in Indian Himalayas/Sanjay Arora and M.S. Hadda. 8. Environmental Management Planning: Remote Sensing and GIS Application/D.K. Agrawal and M.S. Lodhi. 9. Groundwater Development Using Remote Sensing and GIS/Y. Rama Mohan, Avinash Kumar and Anil K. Gupta. 10. Hydraulic Simulation of Groundwater Flow/V. Ramani Bai, Sumiani Yusoff and S. Mohan. 11. Water Scenario and the River Linking Proposal: An Impact Analysis/ Pallavee Tyagi and Anil K. Gupta. 12. Water Use in Drinking: Analysis at Urban Local Body Level/Jharna Pathak. III. Management Strategies: 13. Agroforestry vis-à-vis Environment and Disaster Reduction/A.S. Gill. 14. Ecosystem Approach to Resurrection of Gulf Coast/Ashwani Vasishth. 15. Non-timber Forest Produce for Livelihood Security/R.K. Pandey and Satvant Kaur Saini. 16. Conservation and Management of Bhopal Lakes/Sanjeev Sachdev. 17. Fuel Oil from Wastelands: Jatropha Project/Kumud Dubey, Md Rizwan Khan, Anubha Srivastava and V.K. Singh. 18. Solid Waste Treatment and Disposal Options/Sutapa Bose, Gurmeet Singh and Anil K. Gupta. Index. Land is the most finite resource as we have only one earth livable as on now. Land-use holds the key of environmental resource sustainability and human security. Environmental resource management as an approach that helps maintain the renewability and sustainability calls for the effective management of landscape, land-use and land-resources. Book comprises of three sections: Overview, Methods and Case Studies, and Management Strategies. Examples and experiences from different parts of the world on different methods and management aspects of land and environmental resources are brought in this edited volume with the aim of offering holistic knowledge base covering all important aspects. The book is practical reference for scholars and professionals of geography, environment, disaster management, earth science, engineering and agriculture related disciplines. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 116706

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Sanjeev Kumar

Published by Deep Publications (2014)

ISBN 10: 938070206X ISBN 13: 9789380702063

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About this Item: Deep Publications, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Origin, growth and development of ethnobiology/ethnobotany, human culture and civilization/Pushpangadan P, Ijinu T.P. and George V. 2. Ethnobotany of Pachamalai Hills/M. Geetha Rani. 3. Grewia, a medicinally and economically important plant Genus: comparative profiling of some Grewia species/Nidhi Sharma, Kavi Gour and Vidya Patni. 4. Ethnobotany of Sal tree (Shorea Robusta Gaertn. F): An overview/Brij Lal. 5. Ethnomedicinal knowledge of plants used by local people in Jammu Province (India)/Meenakshi Chargotra, Suresh Chandra, Ram Vishwakarma. 6. Use of Calotropis Procera (AIT.) R. Br. In treatment of Eczema: A pilot study for validation of an ethnobotanical claim/Sheth Falguni, Parabia Minoo. 7. Ethnobotany: Its opportunity and application in present context/Kambaska Kumar Behera. 8. Ethnobotanical observations on Mayurbhanj district of Odisha, India/Harish Singh, G. Krishna and P.K. Baske. 9. Etrhnobotanical value of a sacred grove/Ram Kumar Bhakat. 10. Utilization and medicinal value of indigenous leafy vegetables consumed in Uttar Dinajpur District of West Bengal/Anjali Sharma. 11. Ethnobotanical studies in Jharkhand : A report on NTEP and their uses by tribals/Sanjeev Kumar. 12. Ethnomedicinal uses of flora by different tribes of Andaman and Nicobar Islands/Santosh Kumar Jha, Usha Singh. 13. Herbal remedies used by the tribal people of Jhabua district, Madhya Pradesh for the treatment of joint diseases/Vijay V. Wagh and Ashok K. Jain. 14. Gnetum Gnemon Linnaeus – A rare wild edible species from Sonitpur district of Assam/Bipul Saikia, P. Rethy and P.R. Gajurel. 15. Promising wild mushrooms from Sikkim Himalaya with ethnomycological significance and potentialities/Kanad Das. 16. Survey of Indigenous medicinal plants of South Andaman/S. Jayakumar. 17. Studies on the status of ethnomedicinal importance of selected pteridophytic plant species of Paschim Medinpur district, West Bengal, India/Asim Mandal and Amal Kumar Mondal. 18. A Review of ethno-medicinal orchids in Sikkim Himalaya/D.K. Agrawala, C.S. Purohit and Kanad Das. 19. Ethno-medicinal plants used as Phytotherapeutic agents for curing various wounds in the hilly region of Paschim Medinpur District, West Bengal, India/Pijush Kanti Das and Amal Kumar Mondal. 20. Ethnobotany of pteridophytes in Bastar region of Chhattisgarh state/Shweta Singh and Rita Singh. 21. Ethno-medicinal plants of Balod District, Chhattisgarh, India/Khomenendra Kumar Sarwa, Mithun Rudrapal. 22. Ethnobotanical survey of medicinal plants used for maternity care in Kangra and Hamirpur Districts of Himachal Pradesh/Neetu Sharma. 23. Ethno-botanical plants of Sikkim and their status – a review/Chandan Singh Purohit, D.K. Agrawala and Kanad Das. 24. Use of ethno colours in folk paintings of Jharkhand/Sanjeev Kumar. 25. Potent ethno-medicinal plants of Coastal Dune forests at West Bengal and adjacent Odisha: A New horizon for future prosperity/Tamal Chakraborty, Sanjukta Mondal (Parui), Amal Kumar Mondal. 26. Traditional uses of pteridophytes in Sikkim Himalayas/B.S. Kholia. 27. Indigenous knowledge of wild plant species of South Gujarat/Vikas Kumar and B.S. Desai. 28. Ethno-religious plants of Ropa Valley in cold deserts area of district Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh/Richa Puri and Geeta. 29. Diversity of ethnomedicinal plants used by the tribals of Koshi-Mithila Region of Bihar/Sanjib Kumar, Om Prakash Mandal and Jay Lakshmi. 30. Ethnomedicinal plants used in the treatment of various ailments by Bhilala tribe of Kishanpur-Khedi of Dhar District (M.P.)/Dinesh Jadhav and S. L. Muwel. 31. Bamboo for livelihood in India/S. Nautiyal and D.P. Nautiyal. 32. Folklore claims on medicinal plants used by Adi, Galo, Nishi and Tgain tribes of Arunachal Pradesh/Manish Kanwat, P. Suresh Kumar, M. Chargotra, B.L. Meena, Amar Singh and K.A. Meena. The book has been designed to cover topics on Ethnobotany from various parts of our country. The book reflects various aspects. Seller Inventory # 111837

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Edited by T S Tomar

Published by B.R. Publishing Corporation (2017)

ISBN 10: 9386223821 ISBN 13: 9789386223821

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About this Item: B.R. Publishing Corporation, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Introduction. Part I: Values, Ethics and Social Responsibility: 2. Socio economic analysis of erosion of moral values/B Sharma. 3. Gender issues in Eunice De Souza’s poem Marriages are Made/Dipika Bhatt. 4. Business ethics in India/Rajpul Bhardwaj. 5. Social responsibility of business towards eradication of child labour in India/M K Gupta. 6. Social responsibility for health and sanitation/Neetu Tripathi. 7. Role of values and ethics for women empowerment- a issue of social responsibility/R.C. Dikshit and Y S Bhaduria. 8. Women empowerment: a key for sustainable rural development/R P Yadav, P Kumar and Sachin Goyal. 9. Role of gender in social values and ethics/Uday Khnna, O P Soni etc. Part II: Values, Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility: 10. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): an analysis of preference between companies CSR Initiatives and citizen’s perception/Akanksha and Gargi Rawat. 11. Role of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in optimizing human happiness/B K Jha. 12. Corporate social responsibility/Dayaram. 13. Corporate social responsibility for the multinational corporation/P Kumar and Anurag. 14. Importance of ethics to enhance a business’s reputation and work culture/Hansa Shukla. 15. Corporate social responsibility and its impact on globalization/K S Ramola and Neeraj Kumar. 16. Evolution and implementation of business ethics and corporate social responsibility in changing business scenario/Namrata Prakash and Swati Bisht. 17. Green marketing: a initiative taken by business organization as their social responsibility/Poonam Painuly and Pragya Bharti. 18. Values, ethics corporate social responsibility in India/SKS Yadav. 19. Corporate social responsibility in global scenario/Sugandha Verma. 20. Employee empowerment and job satisfaction: a comparative study of men and women in manufacturing sector/S Rana and Vandana Singh. 21. Philanthropy, corporate social responsibility and the education sector in India: two steps forward, one step backward/Tunga Tarodi. Part III: Social Responsibility and Economic Development: 22. Social values in the global scenario: present context/Avtar Singh. 23. An overview of the contribution of corporate social responsibility on economic development/V S Rawat and Brij Mohan Prasad. 24. The green movement: social euphony through social media/C P Tripathi. 25. Globalization and social responsibility/Neha Sharma and Esha Sharma. 26. Societal challenges, public participation and ethical issues on E-Governance/R P Vashist and K R Jain. 27. Need of business ethics in the new era of globalization/RP Yadav and Praveen Kumar. Part IV: Conclusions: 28. The emerging landscape of merger and acquisition in India/Arun Kumar and Satvinder Kaur. 29. Values, ethics and social responsibility/T.S. Tomar. Part V: Afterwards: 30. Value-based education: the need of the hour/Ajay Bhardwaj. 31. Value of human life with special reference to life and times of Michael K by J.M. Coetzee/Babita Negi. 32. Understanding women empowerment: historical to contemporary perspective/N Sharma. 33. Internal chemistry of human values with respect to society/Raj Kumar. 34. Enhancement of technology for social development/Richa Chauhan. 35. Value based education – need of twentyfirst century/Rubi Gupta and Gaurav Kumar. 36. Quality school education: Place of social values, ethics and gender/Shilpi Negi. 37. Social responsibility and psychological health – a review paper/U Gupta. 38. A critical analysis of Mulk Raj Anand’s fiction in context of social awareness/Nalini Jain. 39. A conceptual study of corporate social responsibility: with special reference to Punjab National Bank/Reeta and V K Gupta. Seller Inventory # 122433

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S N Chaudhary

Published by Concept, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8180691802 ISBN 13: 9788180691805

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About this Item: Concept, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. 1. Preface. Introduction. 1. Human rights and poverty some considerations/Ramashray Roy. 2. Conceptual dimensions of poverty and human rights/Nandini Kannan and Alice Anugraham. 3. Bo(u)nded rationality involuntary employment and economics of inhuman capital/Pinaki Chakraborty. 4. Human development and human security in South Asia country perspective paper India/Arun Chaturvedi and Sheela Ojha. 5. Human rights in Indian perspective interface of philosophy and existential reality/Govinda Chandra Rath. 6. Spirits of human rights and poverty holistic perspective/Pratibha Upadhyay. 7. Protection against poverty a basic human right and Indian ideology/P.L. Joshi. 8. NGOs and the protection of human rights in the third world/Bindeshwar Pathak and Satyendra Tripathi. 9. Human right as an instrument to root out the poverty/Mona Purohit. 10. Poverty issues revisited/R.S. Gadage. 11. Alleviation of human poverty a sine qua non for realisation of human rights in India/Surendra Singh. 12. Poverty breeds poverty an issue many dimensions/Shrikant R. Kokare. 13. Poverty as a cause of educational deprivation/Satish Barbuddhe. 14. Rural poverty and its alleviation/S.V. Pande. 15. Culture society and human rights/S.G. Maniar. 16. Citizen participation in police and judiciary a case of the human rights of the poor illiterate and ignorant/Sures Chandra Jain. 17. Economic backwardness among SCs and STs in India the case of denial of human rights/Sarita Agrawal. 18. The impact of new economic policy on the socio economic development of Dalits/R.D. Maurya. Index. Vol. 2. Preface. Introduction. 1. Human rights poor and not so poor/R.S. Tiwari. 2. Human rights and poverty/Ramesh Dhoble. 3. Human rights and poverty a philosophical perspective/Babu Joseph. 4. Psychological and sociological significance of human rights/P. Paul Devanesan and K. Jeyaraman. 5. State civil society and human rights coping mechanisms in Sardar Sarovar project/D.C. Sah. 6. Impact of globalisation on farmers and rural poor/K. Gopal Iyer. 7. India's poverty and need for development of human rights/V. Shunmuga Sundaram. 8. Poverty and it's consequences in Banda district (U.P.) an analysis of its circular and cumulative causation in the backdrop of human rights regime/S.K. Tripathi. 9. Globalisation and competitiveness an analysis of implications for human security net/Mukul Shrivastava. 10. Poverty and human rights a psycho social dilemma/Uday Jain. 11. Human rights of Dalits some issues/J.K. Pundir. 12. Dalit leadership in panchayats the case of Madhya Pradesh/S.N. Chaudhary and Manish Mishra. 13. Poverty among scheduled castes a study of surplus land distribution in Uttar Pradesh/A.K. Singh. 14. Economic condition and its consequences among the Santhal aged/Chaturbhuj Sahu. 15. State intervention for poverty alleviation and status of human rights a study in a tribal district of Madhya Pradesh/Sandeep Joshi. 16. Protection of human rights through welfare programmes a study of awareness and perception of tribals in Madhya Pradesh/Yatindra Singh Sisodia. 17. Problem of poverty alleviation eco planning and human rights issues among the tribals of M.P. a case study/V.K. Shrivastava. 18. Prevalent hardship and poverty in a national park a case study/Papiya Das Gupta. 19. Alleged cases of human rights violations (of PAFs) vs. beneficiaries/Naushad A. Sulaiman. Index. Vol. 3. Preface. Introduction. 1. Poverty and human rights national and international concerns/Brij Raj Chauhan. 2. Environment poverty and quality of life an analysis/Nisha Sharma and O.P. Shukla. 3. Expansion of human rights some issues/Feroz H. Haidry. 4. Understanding human rights some issues/Bidya S. Bibhuti. 5. Poverty population and development a myth retold perspectives from human rights/T.R. Mohanty. 6. The pitfalls in the logistics of globalization leading to mass poverty in the developing countries with special reference to India/Cletus Colaco. 7. Liberalization cruel concept against the poor/Shrin. Seller Inventory # 55240

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edited by Kulasekaran Ramesh, Ashis Kumar Biswas, Brij Lal Lakaria, Sanjay Srivastava and Ashok Kumar Patra

Published by India Publishing Agency (2017)

ISBN 10: 9385516736 ISBN 13: 9789385516733

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About this Item: India Publishing Agency, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Section I: Concepts and Methods of Nutrient Use Efficiency: 1. Enhancing nitrogen use efficiency- challenges and options/A.K. Biswas, Pramod Jha and A. Subba Rao. 2. Soil testing: basic tool for enhancing the nutrient use efficiency/Sanjay Srivastava, P. Dey and Shinogi, K.C. 3. Management of soil physical environment for higher nutrient use efficiency/Ritesh Saha. 4. Non-monetary and low-cost agronomic measures for enhancing nutrient use efficiency/K. Ramesh, Pravin K. Upadhyay and K.G. Mandal. 5. Plant mechanisms for nutrient uptake and its efficient use/R. Elanchezhian, V. Rajagopal and K. Ramesh. 6. Controlled release fertilizers for enhancing nitrogen use efficiency/B.P. Meena, K. Ramesh, Neenu S., Pramod Jha and I. Rashmi. 7. Handheld devices for judging nutrients in crops and their role in enhancing nutrient use efficiency/K. M. Hati, R. K. Singh and M. Mohanty. 8. Nutrient management for enhancing productivity and nutrient use efficiencies in long term fertilizer experiments/Muneshwar Singh and R.H. Wanjari. 9. STCR-Based fertilizer recommendation and improving nutrient response ratio for major crops in India/P. Dey. 10. Improving phosphorus use efficiency/I.Rashmi, A.K. Biswas, Neenu S., B.P. Meena and Shinogi, K.C. Section II: Management Interventions and Socio-economic Issues: 11. Preparation of organic nutrient sources for enhancing nutrient use efficiency in organic farming/A.B. Singh, K. Ramesh, Brij Lal Lakaria and J.K. Thakur. 12. Organics in meeting nutrient demands of crops: contents and use efficiency/Brij Lal Lakaria, K. Ramesh, Pramod Jha and A.B. Singh. 13. Water management vis-a-vis nutrient use efficiency of crops and cropping systems/K.G. Mandal and P.S. Brahmanand. 14. Enhancing nutrient use efficiency through conservation agriculture/J. Somasundaram, K.M. Hati, R.S. Chaudhary, K. Ramesh, N.K.Sinha, A.K. Biswas, A.K. Shukla and A.K. Patra. 15. Soil microbial diversity in different sustainable agricultural management systems/A.K. Patra, S.R. Mohanty and K. Bharati. 16. Nano science and nanotechnology for nutrient use efficiency/Tapan Adhikari. 17 Machinery for precise nutrient application as a means of increasing nutrient use efficiency with special reference to fertigation/K.V. Ramana Rao. 18. Socio-Economic and technological issues associated with the field level adoption of nutrient management technologies/Shinogi, K.C. and Sanjay Srivastava. Section III: Enhancing Nutrient Use Efficiency in Crops and Cropping Systems: 19. Dryland crops and cropping systems/K. Sammi Reddy, Sumanta Kundu, K.L. Sharma and Ch. Srinivasarao. 20. Cereal based cropping systems/R.H. Wanjari. 21. Rainfed pulses based cropping systems/P.M. Shanmugam and S.P. Sangeetha. 22. Soybean based cropping systems/S.D. Billore. 23. Sugarcane based cropping systems/Nitin Gudadhe, J.D. Thanki, Kulsekaran Ramesh, P.S. Bodake and S.R. Imade. 24. Cotton based cropping systems/D. Blaise. 25. Tobacoo and oilseed based cropping systems/A.K. Vishwakarma. 26. Rapeseed-mustard based cropping systems/S.S. Rathore, Kapila Shekhawat, B.K. Kandpal and O.P. Premi. 27. Spices based cropping systems/K. Kandiannan, R. Dinesh, V. Srinivasan, C.K. Thankamani and S. Hamza. Nutrient use efficiency is a measure of how efficiently plants use the available mineral nutrients to produce economic produce. Improving nutrient use efficiency is very much essential under current scenario besides an understanding of the nutrient dynamics in soil-plant system.”Enhancing nutrient use efficiency: Concepts, methods, and management interventions” is a comprehensive book which has a compilation of topics related to enhancement of nutrient use efficiency of various crops and cropping systems. Although it depends on the ability to plants to take up the nutrients from the soil, management practices have a key role to intervene the use efficiency. This book has 27 chapters written by eminent researchers in the field and addresses multifaceted approaches to enhance th. Seller Inventory # 121729

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